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The Hindu Nationalist Movement and Indian Politics 1925 to the 1990s

The Hindu Nationalist Movement and Indian Politics 1925 to the 1990s The Indian Historical Review the form of various types of records, that is, the administrative reports, the Council Debates, Census of India of four decades and prominent contempo­ rary weeklies and newspapers have been used in the text. The Glossary is fairly rich in contents and the Index is quite meaningful. By reading the full text containing 198 pages, one feels enlightened about the numerous historical events which took place in the undivided Pun­ jab-from Gurgaon to the borders ofNWFP - when the province was un­ der the administrative control of the Unionist Party. It is indeed a scholarly work which would greatly benefit those who would be interested in the socio-economic and political developments in the Punjab during the said period. INDIAN COUNCIL OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH S.R. BAKSHI NEW DELHI CHRISTOPHE JAFFRELOT, The Hindu Nationalist Movement and Indian Politics 1925 to the 1990s (Viking-Penguin India, New Delhi, 1996). Pp. xxiv + 592; 3 maps, 2 tables, 1 illustration. Rs 400.00. The book under review is based on the author's Ph.D. thesis, an abridged form of which was first published in French in 1993. The English version has been updated with the addition of a new fifth part. Comprising http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Indian Historical Review SAGE

The Hindu Nationalist Movement and Indian Politics 1925 to the 1990s

Indian Historical Review , Volume 26 (2): 5 – Jul 1, 1999

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The Indian Historical Review the form of various types of records, that is, the administrative reports, the Council Debates, Census of India of four decades and prominent contempo­ rary weeklies and newspapers have been used in the text. The Glossary is fairly rich in contents and the Index is quite meaningful. By reading the full text containing 198 pages, one feels enlightened about the numerous historical events which took place in the undivided Pun­ jab-from Gurgaon to the borders ofNWFP - when the province was un­ der the administrative control of the Unionist Party. It is indeed a scholarly work which would greatly benefit those who would be interested in the socio-economic and political developments in the Punjab during the said period. INDIAN COUNCIL OF HISTORICAL RESEARCH S.R. BAKSHI NEW DELHI CHRISTOPHE JAFFRELOT, The Hindu Nationalist Movement and Indian Politics 1925 to the 1990s (Viking-Penguin India, New Delhi, 1996). Pp. xxiv + 592; 3 maps, 2 tables, 1 illustration. Rs 400.00. The book under review is based on the author's Ph.D. thesis, an abridged form of which was first published in French in 1993. The English version has been updated with the addition of a new fifth part. Comprising

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